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Director of Fairness & Belonging remuneration

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Dear West Midlands Police,

What is the salary of the Director of Fairness & Belonging?

Please specify if there is a starting salary and whether this increases, and what the current remuneration is for the Director of Fairness & Belonging.

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Elliott

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Dear Mr Elliott

 

FOI Request Reference: 22A/21

 

Thank you for your request for information, received 05/01/2021.

 

REQUEST

 

What is the salary of the Director of Fairness & Belonging?

 

Please specify if there is a starting salary and whether this increases,
and what the current remuneration is for the Director of Fairness &
Belonging.

 

RESPONSE

 

I am writing to inform you that we have searched our records and the
information you requested is not held by West Midlands Police. Our HR
Department have confirmed that we don’t have that role within the force.

 

In order to assist further, I have been advised that the head of Fairness
& Belonging will be the Assistant Director. Assistant Director job titles
are attributed to police staff heads of individual departments who report
into the Force Executive Team. The Assistant Director of Fairness &
Belonging will report into the Director of People & Organisation
Development, while other Assistant Directors report into ACCs etc.

 

 

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Dear Freedom of Information,

In response to your reply,

would you kindly furnish me with the remuneration package that the Director of People & Organisation
Development role currently offers based on my original criteria, which was

What is the salary of the role?

Please specify if there is a starting salary and whether this increases, and what the current remuneration is for the Director of People & Organisation Development.

Yours sincerely,

Daniel Elliott

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Dear Mr Elliott

 

FOI Request Reference: 65A/21

 

Thank you for your request for information, received 14/01/2021

 

REQUEST

 

In response to your reply,

 

would you kindly furnish me with the remuneration package that the
Director of People & Organisation Development role currently offers based
on my original criteria, which was

 

What is the salary of the role?

 

Please specify if there is a starting salary and whether this increases,
and what the current remuneration is for the Director of People &
Organisation Development.

 

RESPONSE

 

The Director of People and Organisation Development role equates to a
chief officer position and the salary banding is £105,600 to £119,220.
There is no set starting salary as it is based on the individual’s
experience.

 

In addition, the remuneration for the Director of People & Organisation
Development is published in the Force Statement of Accounts under Senior
Officers’ remuneration, which can be found at the link below.

 

[1]https://www.westmidlands-pcc.gov.uk/fina...

 

[2]https://foi.west-midlands.police.uk/wp-c...
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